Here I explore what exactly the circular economy is, how it is going to work, and how it can benefit us socially, environmentally, and economically. Going ‘circular’ has the potential to save our planet while growing the economy at the same time, and it is already happening.
Read on to find out more.
There’s a new way of doing business that’s beneficial for planet, people, and profits as well. It’s called The B Corporation Movement, and it’s spreading fast.
Read on to find out how fundamental changes in the business world are happening right now, and why this is tremendous news for the health of our planet.
Mushrooms can be used to treat the leading global causes of human death: Cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, depression.
They can also help reverse planetary death by stimulating reforestation, cleaning up toxic pollution, eliminating plastic waste, and providing a whole load of other magical solutions.
Read this fungi packed article for all the trippy and not so trippy details.
There’s an innovative new method of aquatic agriculture known as ‘3D Ocean Farming’ that harnesses the power of kelp to clean the oceans and provide sustainable, nutritious food.
Here’s how it can help save the world.
‘WWOOF is an international movement that links volunteers with organic farmers to promote cultural and educational experiences based on trust and non-monetary exchange, thereby helping to build a sustainable, global community.
Here I share my personal ‘WWOOFing’ experiences, and offer tips on how you can organise yours.
The emergence of Greta Thunberg, the global climate movement she has ignited, and the rate at which it has spread is certainly a phenomenon that inspires, but it can only become a true driver of hope and progress if we actually start listening to what the protesters are saying.
An inspirational story about land regeneration and the fight against climate change in the Sahel region of Africa.
I wrote this website content for an organic farm in Portugal that will soon start taking paying guests. The farm is preparing to become a 'sustainability retreat', where people can go to learn about sustainable agriculture, self-sufficient living, meditation, and all sorts of other interesting things. The owners of the farm are very busy with development at the moment, and are yet to put their website live, so I have created this PDF to showcase the written content.
Click the big green button below to download the PDF, and as you scroll through it you shall see the different pages of the website and the relevant content.
This is the Facebook page I created for my sustainability blog. I designed all the branding and graphics, and I create all of the posts. I generally write 5-6 posts every day about positive news stories and developments related to sustainability. As you can see from the counter below, the page has gained a bit of a following, and continues to grow.
If you click the link below and browse through the page, you will see that there is significant, and constant engagement. By creating consistently relevant and engaging content, I have managed to form an active, dedicated community that keeps coming back for more.
I can do the same for your brand too!